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try to use "gparted" which can be installed in ubuntu or can be run from USB disk or live UBUNTU cd.


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If you are a newbie and want to try out Ubuntu before making any changes to your Windows you can try Ubuntu in VMware as a virtual box, many users are running into issues with windows 10 and ubuntu, ideally there should be no problem if done with understanding, if you have important files please back them, make sure you know your windows 8.1/7 key before ...


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There is another way if u have a USB stick or a dvd. burn the iso to the dvd or make a bootable usb using rufus and then install it. Here is a great tutorial to get ur things done.


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The devs must know the issue because of an existing bug report for 14.04.1. 14.04.1 was the first point release where the devs forgot(?) to update the links. IMHO there are the following solutions to fix this: You avoid Wubi (recommended). You wait until devs will fix this (Maybe, this will never happen) You change the file mentioned in bug report by ...


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Rufus is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc. Rufus can be especially useful in cases where bootable media created in Windows by other GUI Linux live USB creators such as Universal USB Installer and UNetbootin gets stuck and won't boot. Rufus can also make a bootable Windows 10 USB. ...


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Wubi is depreciated. The main function of wubi shipped in 14.04+ is to be a "cd autolauncher" that says "You needto reboot, to try ubuntu!" or something. But when you copy the wubi.exe off the cd, it will launch and offer Wubi based installation on BIOS machine (there is no guarantee with UEFI devices). In addition, from Wubi Guide: Wubi is an ...



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